DJI Announced “End of Life” for the Phantom 4 Pro and Mavic Pro

We all can say bye, bye to some of our favorite drones, with the recent launch of the impressive DJI Mavic 2 drone, DJI has just announced the EOL, ‘End Of Life’ of several of the favorite products, some of which provide an indication as to the future product lineup. This makes plenty of sense since the Phantom 5 X is rumored to be released at the end of the year 2018.

DJI Stop Making The Phantom 4 Pro and Mavic Pro, 2 Fantastic Drones, Get Yours Now On Sale While Supplies Last!

I know we all are highly upset because Most of the drones on the list are super great. The notification sent to Clients, dealers, and retailers through PDF comprised the following product list:

Phantom 4 Pro

Phantom 3 SE

Phantom 4 Pro+

Mavi Pro

Mavic Pro (Fly More Combo)

Phantom 4 Pro (Obsidian Edition)



Phantom 4 Pro+ (Obsidian Edition)

Omso Mobile

Omso Mobile Silver

End of List for Phantom-4-Pro-and-Mavic-Pro

Which one should you get, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro or Mavic Pro?

I’m flabbergasted about this announcement, the most notable observation by many is the conclusion of crucial Phantom 4 products, WHAT!! (the Phantom 3 SE is an expectation, however). EOL leaves only the Phantom 4 Advanced and Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 recorded on the DJI site.

Now that the new Mavic 2 had launched  2 product line was speculated to signify the end of the Phantom range, chiefly due to the 1″ camera detector offered from the Mavic 2 Pro, overall capacity, feature-set and flight period of the new drone.

The Osmo Plus stays listed on the website for the time being and it’s anticipated that the Osmo Pro line DJI announce that they will stop making the Osmo and Osmo Mobilewill stay until declared as EOL. The Osmo Mobile has been replaced by its successor, the remarkable Osmo Mobile 2, which DJI seem to be prioritizing based on its site positioning It’s also no surprise to find the original Mavic Pro and Fly More Combo recorded, although strange that the minor variations (the Platinum and Alpine White) aren’t recorded, but it’s to be presumed that these are also stopped now that the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom are in production.

The two models of success will determine the direction where DJI opt to take not all operators to wish for something and demand a platform. The Mavic 2 is new assemble and feature-set despite looking like the Mavic Pro. It had its own share of issues that were solved besides the ribbon issue as we witnessed with the original Mavic Pro drone. Because of this, we suggest waiting for at least a month to see reviews or get one of these super drones that they are now outdating. Also prior to investing in this product that is new to permit time for development and hardware alterations.